Business Today Archive Sept 23, 2007 Issue

Edition: Sept 23, 2007

Cover Story

How we ranked the B-schools

The fifth BT-Nielsen survey of India's best B-schools gets bigger and better. For one, we polled a larger number of stakeholders-comprising MBA aspirants, current MBAs, recruiters, young executives, and functional heads-this year compared to the year before.
Good news for direct investors in MFs, courtesy SEBI.
In This Issue
Google Local isn't yet quite there, but it is bound to improve.
Editor's Note
A B-School degree is probably the most coveted professional certification as far as making a career in corporate India is concerned.
It's unfortunate that the top business schools don't teach a case study on management education in the country. For, it's unlike any business situation that managers encounter in their working careers.
Policy Watch
A bird's eye view of what's hot and what's not on the government's policy radar.
News Maker
He is widely regarded as the most powerful minister in Manmohan Singh's Cabinet and he is Congress President Sonia Gandhi's chief trouble- shooter.
The BT 50 Index
The markets continue to see-saw.
Reporters Diary
UP farmers back corporates as Mayawati halts Reliance Retail's bandwagon.
This book makes a rational case for giving women who take family-related career breaks a second chance.
The best part of push-ups is, first, that you can do them almost anywhere. And, second, you can modify or extrapolate on the simple push-up as you go along.
It's no secret that Azim Premji, the 62-year-old Chairman of Wipro, the soaps-to-software company, is painfully shy of public attention and does everything possible to stay out of the limelight.
Indian telecom companies are taking baby steps into the world at large.
A US slowdown may be an opportunity for Infosys.
Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo has spent half his 54 years with finnish mobile telephony major Nokia. Since joining the company as Corporate Counsel in 1980, he has played a critical role in transforming the 150-year-old one-time lumber company into a giant of the digital age.
Back of the Book
The radio bug is spreading on campuses.
Nusli Wadia, the feisty chairman of Bombay Dyeing and Britannia, must be a pleased man. Media reports have suggested that Danone's holding could be acquired by the Wadias at a discount.
Tarun Sheth answers queries related to your career.
Rahul Sachitanand takes the improved Revai out for spin around Bangalore.

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